Crawley Town manager John Gregory highlighted Reds’ ability to put their chances away as being crucial to them returning home with a 2-0 victory from their trip to play-off chasing MK Dons.
He said: “Andy Drury got a chance, one-on-one with the keeper and scored, and we’ve got in those situations many times over the previous six matches and not taken them and consequently the opposition get a similar chance and score.
“There’s been some good team performances over the last six matches but we haven’t got the results because we haven’t scored and not taken the opportunities. Today we got two clear chances and we took them.”
“There was only one team that was going to win and we played very professionally for the remainder of the game and we kept our composure and the shape of the team and things fell for us today.
“Paul Jones had some difficult saves to make. He has made a couple of mistakes which he was punished for but today he had good hands.”